Make Your Own Cow Spots
This card is about coloring and relieving stress – all while making an adorable card. To make your own cow spots is easy. You simply just start with your black marker, I used my dark Basic Black Stampin' Blend and just started coloring. Just drawing these out and then coloring them in, is so stress relieving. I sat and colored 20 of these and just let my thoughts go. I wasn't worried about staying in the lines, if I went out of the lines, I simply made the spot bigger.
The zen moments of just free-handing this – and I can't draw to save my life – but free handing these random blobs and filling them in, it was almost like Bob Ross was whispering right in my ear about where I wanted my cow spots to live.
This pattern was inspired by the Over the Moon stamp set. I really don't have any other reasons to make my own cow spot backgrounds, but since I love this set so much, I am always looking to do something different with it.
Other than the background, the only other things to know about this card is that it started as a Stamping Family sketch and went from there. Just stamp the image and color it in, die cut a stitched rectangle and add some other rectangles and you are done!
If this stamp set has been on your wish list, I hope that you are inspired to put this on your bought list. You won't regret having it. Who can resist a cow in rain boots, right? So cute! Try and make your own cow spots, you will see just how easy it is!
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Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you liked today's project and that you are inspired to Make Your Own Cow Spots today! Keep checking back for more card making ideas. XOXO, Meg